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Convert PostScript to Image

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You can check the quality of Aspose.Page conversion and view the results online at this links:

products.aspose.app/page/conversion/ps,
products.aspose.app/page/viewer/ps.

Aspose.Page for .NET offers ImageSaveOption Class, with which you can convert a PS file into an image file. You can specify JpegQualityLevel, and other options of ImageSaveOptions and save PS document as an image file using Save method of PsDocument class. You can use a boolean value while initializing ImageSaveOptions which tells the converter whether to suppress errors or not. If the value is set to true, you can print encountered error later from Exception Enumeration of PsConverterException. Following code snippet shows how to convert PS document to an image file:

 
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